Boutique PR Agency of the Year 2003
When David Grossman left his job as communications director at the McDonald's corporation, he had three ideals in mind for his new PR firm: “Tackle challenging, strategic business problems; work with smart, talented people; and have a great time doing it.”
The judges could only conclude that he has succeeded in every respect in this, only the agency's second full year of business. In 2002, the firm's revenue was up 130% from 2001, which saw revenue of $558,384. The firm has a 78% retention rate among its 32 clients, ranging from Grossman's former employer McDonald's, to Exelon, Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, and Munich Trade Fairs North America.